A flagship housing scheme is now under construction that will allow more people to live independently, whilst getting the care and support they need.

Due to open in 2017, the £80m scheme comprises 316 apartments at three different locations within the city – Hall Road, Leads Road and Hawthorn Avenue.

The new homes will enable older people, working age people with disabilities or mental health, to live independently in a modern, secure and vibrant environment.

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Hull’s first University Technical College (UTC) will open its door to students in September 2017.

Charged with developing the talents and skills of up to 600 students each year, the UTC will be an innovative, employer-driven learning institution specialising in digital technology and mechatronics.

The UTC will make a major contribution to ensuring Hull’s local workforce is well-placed to serve the new industries now taking root in the city, including the crucially important renewable energy sector.

Who’s involved:

  • University of Hull
  • Siemens
  • Spencer Group
  • Ebuyer
  • KC
  • Hull City Council


This project involves partners working together to assist 3,410 families over the next five years in a more co-ordinated and integrated way. Early support will be given to tackle deep-rooted issues.


This new health facility is being developed as an alternative to hospital and expensive acute care.

An integrated care centre in the community, combining health and social care, will improve patient care with a focus on prevention and self-care, ambulatory care, care navigation and reablement.

Who’s involved:

  • NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group
  • Hull City Council
  • NHS England